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Homeschool Preschool Curriculum and Resources

Although pre-schoolers probably do not need school time or a curriculum, when they see older siblings with school work they may become interested in their own. One of my own pre-schoolers demanded to get school work too. Although most of her time is spent playing (as I feel it should), I have learning activities prepared […]

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Fast and Easy Halloween Sensory Bin

A sensory bin is a tactile experience in a container. Sensory bins allow children to explore the feel of different material while also experiencing motor practice, play-based learning, and child-directed fun. This Halloween sensory bin took me about 2 minutes to put together. My 2 and 4 year old children have been taking turns using […]

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How to Occupy Toddlers during homeschool: activity ideas and management strategies

How to Occupy Toddlers During Homeschool: Activity Ideas and Management Strategies

This Ask Me Monday (AMM4) question covers the topic of ways to Occupy toddlers during homeschool. This article includes toddler and pre-school age activity ideas and management strategies. Submitted Question: I’d love some insight….I have soon to be 4 year old twins. One, my daughter, has Down Syndrome. Her brother does not. He is very […]

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Top 6 Alphabet Toys for Learning Letter Names and Sounds

A literacy rich environment is one that exposes children to print from an early age. Access to books, educational toys, and other writing at home all contribute to a literacy rich environment. Care givers who spend time talking to, playing with, and reading to children will maximize the benefits of early exposure to print. Alphabet toys […]

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